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Jan, 19

LEMP is an acronym which stands for the software stack: Linux kernel, Nginx web server, MySQL database (or MariaDB) and PHP server-side programming language. These pieces of software are widely used on servers to deploy dynamic websites or interactive web applications. Nginx is a modern and resources efficient web server, actively under development, and the second most used on the internet after Apache HTTP server due to the fact that it uses an asynchronous event-driven approach to handle requests. This...

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Dec, 18

  LEMP is an acronym for Linux, Nginx, MySQL, and PHP. LEMP stack just like LAMP stack (with Apache instead of Nginx) is used for development and deployment of web applications. Nginx in LEMP provides a modular event-driven architecture handling requests using asynchronous events. This feature enables it to have high performance under high loads. The MySQL is used to store the website’s data whereas PHP is for processing the dynamic content of the sites. Prerequisites A VPS account  Username and password for your VPS account   Step1: Connect to your server via...

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Dec, 18

How to connect to Linux VPS

  • by linda Y
  • in Linux
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Most of the time we don't have access to the physical server and we have to login remotely to the server. In this tutorial we'll learn how to login remotely to a Linux Server using Secure Shell (SSH)   If you are using Mac or Linux:   Open Terminal To open Terminal in Mac go to Applications > Utilities, and then open Terminal. To open a Terminal in Linux use Ctrl+Alt+T or enter Terminal in the Searchfunction Type “ssh” to determine connection protocol and then press “Space”, input your Username and server address (IP or Domain...

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Dec, 18

How to secure the Linux VPS?

  • by Sophia H
  • in Linux
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How to secure the Linux VPS? Nowadays the use of Linux servers on the Internet has grown enormously and security is the important term that we should attend to it. In this article, we are going to study seven key points for security in Linux servers step by step.   7 Key points for Linux Security Using complex and unpredictable passwords Disable login with root user Restricting user login Disable protocol 1 Use non-standard ports Filtering SSH connections with the firewall Use the Security Keys to identify the identity   Using complex and unpredictable...